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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 91 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1978 && o N ICe 0. NEW OFFICERS OF FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA JEFFERSON HIGH ieerY ured above are the officers of the Future ess Leaders of America Club at Jefferson SChool for 1977-78 Seated, left to right -- Y Madison, treaser; Alisa Smallwood . Standing, left to right -- Joy i "- orcl, Historian; Debbie Jamison, vice-' bulge, t; Ted Gracey, president; and Debbie . ", reporter The club made Christmas rots - - . anti went caroling at the Locust Grove gHome, held a Christmas party at their ar ,, nome, and helped with the Mother's Dimes. 8UIVIMIT POINT Joycl Rudolph 'rot r '- about the ,j g atk old rail at the crossing to I can solve the really neat skating "Ovided for the the r Nature in George Crim's cks, I m told it sven years since ! en there and te ing advantage of Peel e are perfecting L e others are just many are finding from the f! everyone agrees Curtis Wimer i of arsons, were ast 'reek in the Ph rsp lrents, Mr. Sr Jllwood. !r Webb was an n the home of }drs ',rnest Rudolph )n Wednesday, )Iph spent the r. ing day in the d iV rs. Ernest Orchard Hills. Mr. Earl McDonald left on Tuesday and returned home Thursday from a trip to Timonium, Md., to attend a thoroughbred horse sale. Mr. Lewis Jenkins and children visited on Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. And Sunday callers in their home were Mrs. Tony Bydler and daughter of Clarke County, and Mr. Woodrow Jenkins of Ranson. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins were relieved to learn that their 5-year-old grandson Sjip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shewbridge, was released from the Winchester hospital on Saturday. Beth Jenkins was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hadley and Linda, of Charles Town, from Thursday until Saturday. And on Saturday she accompanied the Hadley family to Washington, D.C., to attend the Ice Capades held in the Capitol Center. On Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and daughter and Mrs. Zable Johnson, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stocks and family. On Friday, Mr. and Mrs. William Hale and children discovered the skiing facilities at the Braddock Heights Ski Way in Maryland. They spent an enjoyable day on the slopes and later drove to Frederick to spend the night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mortensen. Dee Alkire of Kabletown and Loretta Bane were guests for the 'day Saturday in the home .of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and daughters. Miss Lisa Burner spent Saturday night with Roxanne Payne in Middleway. Good news! Mrs. Anne Starkey and Mr. Ernest Rudolph were released Friday from the Winchester hospital. Both are reportedly doing well but must convalesce for a while at home; Miss Jennifer Cheshire l.esburg, Va., spent Saturday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and Stephanie. Mrs. Bob Howard, Mrs. David Hoffman, Mrs. Tom Jackson and Mrs. Betty Longerbeam, motored to Harrisonburg, Va., on Friday to participate in the weekend ladies retreat held at the Farm, a Christian retreat center coordiated by the Rev. Bruce Mitchell. Also attending from the village was Mrs. Clay Stamey. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire entertained members of their family at dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stocks and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Cheshire of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Allen Drish and family. Word was received on Sunday that Doug Stamey and Paul Rudolph were selected for membership on the all- tournament team by a com- mittee who observed their respective teams participation in the Harpers Ferry tour- nament last week. This is an honor and we're proud of you! Mrs. Ulis Johnson entered the King's Daughters Hospital on Sunday to await eye surgery on Monday. Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Smallwond were Mrs. Lawrbnce DeHaven and Mr. and mrs. Herb Rudacille and son of Inwood. Donald Johnson was a dinner guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and sons on Sunday. Mrs. Molly Nobrega of Charles Town, spent Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glassford and family. Don't forget the PTA meeting coming up on February 20, at 7:30 p.m. This is a covered dish affair and our youngsters plan to entertain us with a presentation of the skills they have learned in their physical ed classes under the direction of Mrs. Kathy Burke. HOSPITAl NOTES Richard Beall, lanson. John Browh, Ranson. Harding Staubs, Harpers Ferry. Alma Hardy, Harpers Ferry. Rose Ann Cupp, Kear- neysville. Herbert Fellers, Charles Town. Ester Fiddler, Raron. Elsie Sauers, Charles Town. Lucia Wilson, Charles Town. May Moore, Kearneysville. William Holler, Bakerton. Grace Petre, Harpers Ferry. Robert Brand, Charles Town. Christopher Frye, Charles town. Pauline Stevens, Ramon. Betty Morris, Charles Town. Wallace GifR, Bakerton. Gall Bayer, Bakerton. Veerachai Vongxaiburana, Charles Town. Kathleen Ainsworth, Harpers Ferry. William Hiett, Ranson. Hilda Campbell, Shenandoah Junction. Donna Eagle, Brunswick, Md. Nancy Holden, Shenandoah Junction. Ethel Harding, Halltown. Thomas Bradley, Kear- neysville. Shirley Rickard, Charles Town. Anna Burrell, Harpers Ferry. Blanche Quinn, Kearneysville. Mollie Rector, Charles Town. Clara Bayer, Ranson. Antwyne McDaniel, Charles Town. Pauline Robinson, Ranson. Oliver Gregg, Harpers Ferry. Spencer Welch, Kearneysville. Virginia Keys, Charles Town. Julie Rutherford, Rauson. Lucy Glarer, Charles Town. Susan Turner, Stunmit Point. Judith Redmond, Ranson. Juanita Deener, Knoxville, Md. Ellen McQuinn, Ranson. Robert Thomas, Charles Town. Vicki Carter, Knoxville, Md. Gerald Haines, Brownsville, Md. Russell Haines, Ranson. Arnold Custer, Summit Point. Charles Custer, Summit Point. Charles Eagle, Harpers Ferry. Mary lsenberg, Harpers Ferry.. Norma Rishel, Shenandoah Junction. Karri Cameron, Ranson. Terry GanG, Charles Town. Mary Grimes, Charles Town. I REGULAR PRICE $219.95 SALE PRICE $204.95 m.-....__. AT70GF B II I!/ ,,, E,, i m Il II1) lie REGULAR PRICE $379.95 SALE PRICE $359.95 REGULAR PRICE 479.95 M odel_ AGTE 104FB i i .BTUI Model AGAEG06AB $169.95 SALE PRICE $154.95 REGULAR PRICE $299.95 SALE PRICE $279.95 S,=s SALE PRICE AVAILABLE UP TO $454.95 23,600 00Ot/U E INSTALLATION EXTRA i H mll ,H t $UPERTANE SALES CORP. 116 EAST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA PHONE 725 2915 Elizabeth Bayles, Halltown.' , Pamela Perkins, Knoxville, Md. George Rutherford, Charles Town. Nancy Watson, Ranson. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Rcanie Sim- mons,.Harpers Ferry, a son on Feb. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole, Knoxville, Md., a son on Feb. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Moreno, Adamstown, Md., a son on Feb. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arm- strong, Harpers Ferry, a daughter Feb. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harder, Shepherds,own, a daughter on Feb. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holmes, Ranson, a son on Feb. I0. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rollison, Harpers Ferry, a daughter Feb. 12. MANNINGS Mrs. PauUne Ott Rev. and Mrs. Heishel and family, of Hagerstnwn, were Friday visitors of Rev, and Mrs. David Forkey and family. Marsh Oden spent the weekend with Stephanie Kable and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cavalier and family at Cavalier Heights. Rev. and Mrs. Heishel and family, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ott and family. Mr. Mark Wiley of Middleway, was a Sunday guest of his mother, Mrs. Cord Wiley and brother Paul. Mr. Mannie "Bub" Dillow is a medical patient at King's Daughters Hospital in Mar- tinsburg. Rev. David Forkey, pastor of Mannings hembly of God Church, is a patient at National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kuhn and family of Shepherdstown, were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Viands at Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Magaha and daughter of Middleway; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Bell and son, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden and daughters, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and family. What Are Your Legislative Concerns? JAMES M. MOLER Candidate for the House of Delegates In Order To Represent and Work For You As A Legislator, What Problems, issues and concerns Would You Want me to give first or priority att.ntion? For Jefferson County: For West Virginia: 1 Clip and Mail To Box 90 Charles Town, W.Va. Your Comments are Welcomed. Phone: 725- 5265 SERVICE CLINIC PUT NEW LIFE IN YOUR HOOVER CLEANER 12-POINT FACTORY TUNE UP AND CHECK-OUT UST ONLY GENUINE PARTS USiEO 1. ReldlCI Alitatot Brushes 2. Replace Bulb 3. hpim Bolt 4. Replam Paper Bop 5. Check Electrical System 6. Check Motor & Beadngs 7. Check All Moving Parts 8. Check Belt & ruCm 9. Check Bag for Defects 10. Check Filter System 11. Check & Clean Agitator 12. Clean, Grease & LuMicte REG. VALUE $17.95 SPECIAL $99s SAT. 11 to 5 DAYS ONLY Illll III I II I III I II II I I I II I II 2 We carry Belts - Bags Brushes and other Repair Parts. WE WILt DUAONSTRAI CLEANERS IH THE HOME We Repair your trouble ff you have any with Hoover Cleaners. ALL TYPES CLEANERS ARE NOW IN STOCK. t t ,t t t t t t CONVERTIBLE Upright Vacuum Cleaner Complete with Pomr $ul attachment soft All-Steel 1.7 Peak H.R 10 Quirt PopIf Big Full 1 Yr. Warrtnly QUIK.BROOM I I REG.$49" WITH TRADE SALE $39" S299s Use it Like An Updght Use It Uke A Canister Tools Regularly $14.96 SALE The Melvin T. Strider Furniture Co. Phone: 725-7068 North George St. Charles Town, W.Va. I IIII I IIII IIII I -- I I I I II III I II IIII IIII I / I I